Day 298: Culnacraig to Reiff – Terra incognita

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Ross-shire - West, Scotland

Date of walk: 3/6/19

Culnacraig I, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Culnacraig II, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Rain over Loch Broom, Culnacraig, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Fence post forest. Culnacraig, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Beach at Acheninver, Wester Ross, Scotland.


A horny offering. Achiltibuie, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Achiltibuie, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Bus Stop Achiltibuie, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Isolating with Corona. Achiltibuie was adept in lockdown skills back in 2019. Wester Ross, Scotland.


Rusting Buoys aka Ferrous buoyllers day off, Badentarbat Bay, Achiltibuie, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Filleted. Polbain beach, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Terra incognita I, Badentarbat Bay, Achiltibuie, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Strandline, Badentarbat Bay, Achiltibuie, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Terra incognita II, Badentarbat Bay, Achiltibuie, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Strandline with the Summer Isles. Badentarbat Bay, Achiltibuie, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Terra incognita III, Badentarbat Bay, Achiltibuie, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Chains to the earth. Achiltibuie, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Summer Isles I, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Asbestos diamond cottage roof I, Polbain, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Tannara Mor from Polbain, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Asbestos diamond cottage roof II, Polbain, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Crevice, Mol Mor, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Beach hut, Mol Mor, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Summer Isles II, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Altandhu, Wester Ross, Scotland.


Cloudscape over the Minch, Wester Ross, Scotland.

Not the best walking weather near Achiltibuie.
Rusting Buoys at Polbain beach.
Polbain beach.
Close to the Summer Isles.
Mol Mor, the bay beyond Polbain only accessible on foot.
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5 thoughts on “Day 298: Culnacraig to Reiff – Terra incognita”

  1. Lorraine Chamen says:

    These are so beautiful! They make me miss Scotland, even though I’ve only been there 4 times. We now live in France and have the asbestos diamond tiles on part of our house in Mayenne. I’ve never seen them as things of beauty, although I do cultivate the moss.

  2. Lucy B says:

    The chili jam stall has been a highlight of two kayaking holidays based a few hundred yards further along. After a long day on the water, the walk out to the cliffs beyond Reiff was a favourite end to the day.

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